Training in “Terminology & Digital Humanities”

Title: Training in “Terminology & Digital Humanities”

Dates: May 30 & 31, 2023

Location: On-site & Online

Christophe Roche, University of Crete – University Savoie Mont-Blanc
Maria Papadopoulou, University of Athens

Presentation: Digital Humanities (DH) is a newly emerging interdisciplinary area at the intersection of Computer Science and the Humanities (including but not limited to art, geography, history, language, literature, music). Its main aim is to develop and implement digital tools to Humanities research.
The fundamental question in DH is how datasets from the Humanities can be represented digitally in such a way that both humans and machines can process and exchange them on the Web. Ontology and Terminology have a central role to play to this end.
This two-day summer school is dedicated to the construction of terminologies and ontologies in Digital Humanities using Protégé, the most the most commonly used ontology editor.

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